Pre-Vet Expo VI

Sunday, April 21 2019, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM [PST]

291 Campus Drive, Stanford, CA, 94305, United States

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Sunday, April 21 2019, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM [PST]

About the Event

Are you interested in learning about the various specializations in the Veterinary field?  Do you like caring for animals and wish to pursue a career working with animals? 

The Stanford Undergraduate Pre-Vet Society presents the 2019 Pre-Vet Expo VI!  This daylong conference caters to upper level high schoolers, undergraduate and post graduate college students, as well as science or college advisors interested in gaining more understanding of the diverse field of Veterinary Medicine.

 

Expo participants will have the opportunity to: 

  • Hear talks from a variety of veterinarians working in different disciplines
  • Eat lunch in small groups with 1 or 2 folks involved in the vet profession (veterinarian, vet school student, vet tech)
  • Attend Q&A panel discussions with current students attending different veteriniary schools
  • Learn how to prepare for veterinary school, ie.:  courses required, ways to volunteer and gain experience, etc.
  • Visit activity booths and talk with local practitioners, veterinary technicians, zookeepers, and wildlife rehabilitation groups, who are all dedicating their time to share their experiences

 

Preliminary Program for Pre-Vet Expo VI

  • 7:45:   Doors open for registration
  • 8:30 – 12:00:
    • Veterinary Speakers will present talks on the following:
      • Lab Animal Medicine, Small Animal Practice, Large Animal/Dairy Practice, Equine Ambulatory Practice, Radiology, Ophthalmology, and Conservation Medicine
  • 12:00 – 1:30:  “Eat Lunch with a Vet” (vet tech, vet student)
  • 1:30 – 5:00: Participants rotate through 3 sessions to see:
    • Posters: That provide insight into the “pathway” to veterinary school and the Veterinary School application process
    • Vet Students on Q&A Panels: From 6 different veterinary schools, who will give short presentations and answer questions about what their vet school is like
    • Veterinarian Q&A Panels: Vets in different disciplines sit on Q&A panels and answer participant questions
    • Activity and Information Booths:  Equine medicine with leg bandaging activity, Surgery – fake skin suturing, Comparative Anatomy specimens, Pathology table etc.
    • Booths:  That focus on other rewarding careers that involve animals (i.e. veterinary technicians, zoo keepers, wildlife programs, maybe even a few therapy dogs)

 Pre-registration is required.  The last day to register is April 16, 2019.

 
Students age 14 or 15 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

 

 

Parking:  The closest parking lot to this venue is the Stock Farm Garage located at 360 Oak Road, Stanford, CA 94305.  Parking is free on weekends.

 

Detailed Stanford Campus Map Link for the Li Ka Shing Building:

https://campus-map.stanford.edu/?id=07-515&lat=37.43186446&lng=-122.17577807&zoom=17&srch=lksc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Organizer

The Stanford University Pre-Vet Society (SUPVS, formerly Stanford Undergraduate Pre-Vet Club) was formed almost 20 years ago by Dr. Donna M. Bouley, DVM, PhD, DACVP, (“Dr. B”), a Professor in Comparative Medicine. Dr. B. realized that Stanford undergrads interested in veterinary medicine felt somewhat isolated in a “sea” of pre-med students. It became her mission to distribute information regarding career opportunities in veterinary medicine and to provide information on the specific requirements needed to apply to the highly competitive veterinary colleges. Since 2003, quarterly dinner meetings, field trips, individual counseling, and a series of Expos have offered Stanford’s undergraduates a way to meet, learn from, and interact with fellow pre-vet enthusiasts. Associated with the Department of Comparative Medicine, the SUPVS also draws upon the experience and background of its 11 faculty and staff veterinarians who are specialized in some of the less commonly well known fields such as Laboratory Animal Medicine, Anatomic Pathology, or Anesthesiology. It is the goal of the SUPVS to provide enthusiastic undergraduates with opportunities to meet departmental and local practicing veterinarians, receive guidance regarding veterinary career choices, and to share common pre-veterinary experiences. The SUPVS is your number one source of information on seminars, unique classes, work opportunities, and undergraduate research!

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